A Shamokin Area School District cafeteria worker in Pennsylvania was arrested on Tuesday after allegedly shooting at children with a BB gun across the street from her home.

According to a police report, the boy at a playground in Coal Township called police on Tuesday evening and said that he could hear pellets flying past his head.

The worker, 30-year-old Marie McWilliams, admitted to police that she shot at the children, reports ABC affiliate WNEP 16. McWilliams reportedly became angry after the children cursed at her, telling one parent who confronted her, “If I don’t get them now, I will get them tomorrow at lunch.”

McWilliams has been charged with simple assault, reckless endangering another person, harassment, and the sale and use of air rifles, according to Yahoo Lifestyle.

“Who would do that? What kind of person would shoot BBs at little kids playing?” resident Christina Iovanna said when speaking WNEP 16.

McWilliams is currently being held at Northumberland County Jail on $10,000 bail.

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In this representative photo, a Walther P22 pistol is pictured in Centerville, Virginia, on April 17, 2007. Getty Images/Tim Sloan